Knowledge Adventure is longtime American publisher of education software. It was founded in 1991 in Los Angeles, CA and first gained renown for its Math Blaster series and collaboration with Fisher-Price developing licensed educational software. Other well-known licensed games produced by Knowledge Adventure includes Mario Teaches Typing, Isaac Asimov’s Science Adventure, Imax’s Discoverers, and Lionel Trains Presents: Trans Con.
Today, the company supports its most popular brands, JumpStart and MathBlaster now using technology innovations such as 3D. High-value productions continue to blend learning and entertainment, including adventure-based learning to inspire kids with immersive educational experiences.